The base of the Bloody Mary cocktail is fairly simple, just vodka and tomato juice. It’s the spices, herbs and add-ons that make it special. Practically every bartender has a secret recipe. Here are some of the best places in Oklahoma to get that classic brunch drink.
Dilly Diner is the place for a weekend brunch when you don’t want to wake up early. They serve brunch until 4 p.m. The house-made Bloody Mary uses lime juice instead of lemon for a refreshing and simple drink.
S&B’s routinely makes the “Best of OKC” list for its Bloody Marys. With locations around the metro area and in Lawton, you’ll never be that far away from excellent food and cocktails.
The Sunday brunch menu changes with the season, but you’ll always get a great Bloody Mary when you come out to Roosevelt’s. The menu boasts a secret hangover remedy called a Rose-Mary, which comes with Chase Smoked Vodka and a candied bacon jalapeno popper.
Experience a New Orleans brunch in the heart of Tulsa at Doc’s. The Cajun Bloody Mary is made with a house-infused pepper vodka and Cajun spices. They call it a hangover cure.
The Boom offers a Make Your Own Bloody Mary Bar on its Sunday brunch menu. Make sure to make reservations for the Sunday Gospel Brunch, because it’s a popular place to enjoy some humor and cocktails on your weekend.
Pearl’s might be known for its seafood, but the weekend champagne brunch Bloody Mary Bar gets rave reviews. Order your favorite vodka, then head over to the do-it-yourself salad bar that comes with all your favorite mixers.
Packard’s is an eclectic restaurant that was once an automobile showroom. Ingredients are locally sourced whenever possible. Order your Bloody Mary the way you want it.
The weekend brunch at Iguana features Latin flavors, like chorizo, Salsa Roja, Pico de Gallo and Queso Fresca, but the drink menu has a list of different Bloody Marys to go with your meal. Try the El Jefe Mary, the classic cocktail piled high with shrimp, bacon and peppers.
The Bloody Mary made at Juniper uses a serrano-citrus House-made infused vodka. The mixologists also make the tomato base in-house. The ingredients are locally sourced, but the cuisine is modern.
Experience New Orleans at this Bricktown restaurant that offers a Cajun Bloody Mary. It comes with cherry peppers, jalapenos, olives and pearl onions in a spicy tomato juice and infused vodka cocktail.